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Pentagon Says 109 US Service Members Suffered Brain Injuries In Iran Missile Strike

Eurasia Review Tuesday, 11 February 2020
The number of US troops that suffered ‘mild traumatic brain injury’ in last month’s Iranian missile strikes has been updated to 109, of which 76 have already returned to duty, the US Department of Defense said.

Iran launched two volleys of ballistic missiles against two facilities in Iraq where US troops were based on...
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The Pentagon says 109 U.S. service members have been diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injuries after after a missile attack in Iraq.

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